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When Starwood Hotels and Resorts embarked on a digital transformation initiative to change how they communicate and collaborate internally, they prioritized upgrading their intranet. Social Edge answered the call to partner with Starwood in vetting their community platform.
Kim England, Global Community Director at Pearson, recently praised our Blog Tile. Learn how one tile transformed Pearson's Neo Community and all of the different ways it can be utilized.
What you need to know if you are considering migrating to a new software platform.
A complimentary service to find the right community platform for your organization.
During her first week as an Enterprise Community Manager, Dori introduced herself with a blog post called "My Work Uniform." In this blog, Dori talks about the impact a single post can make in an internal community, how it got the attention of the C-Suite, proving the power a community platform can have on employee engagement and company culture.
You’ve spent months evaluating which platform is best for your organization. You're confident you have selected the right tool, and have a good plan for implementing it. But if you build it, will they come? Knowing your audience, tailoring the messaging, and timing your communications properly will help you have the best chance of success.
When welcoming a new community manager to the team, there are several ways to help prepare and give them the experience to better their career performance. As a new community manager herself, Sara Campbell shares helpful tips she has put together based on her experience recently joining the Social Edge team.
Interested in our products for Verint? Watch as the team at Social Edge does a deep dive into a handful of our recent innovations.
For eighteen months, the COVID-19 pandemic has given us little choice but to work at home and a variety of other places, whether it’s at an office, a co-working space, or informally meeting with others. Hybrid work - working from home, the office, a mix of the two, and anywhere we can - has disrupted the centuries-long notion that a centralized office is at the core of how we get the best and the most work done.
Employees require versatile digital tools to communicate and collaborate, including dashboards, asynchronous discussions, real-time chat, video, etc., all in one place. But how is that actually created, implemented, and managed? What does the tech stack look like and how is it applied to create context for employees?